Spring is officially here, and with it, of course, comes a whole new set of fashion trends. We already showed you some of the most popular trends you will be seeing this season such as the bodycon dresses and peplum dresses. And we've been on the dig for the latest trend. So this time, we're excited to show you another universally flattering trend you should try this season. It's high-low prom dresses! If you've never worn a skirt or frock with high-low, now is the perfect time to try the trend. Keep reading to learn how to rock the trend this season!
High-low Prom Dresses 2012The high-low prom dresses 2012 come in all manner of lively colors and silhouettes, from elegant A-line to vibrant red hues. Plus, thanks to rich variety of fabrics and embellishments, these dresses have forgiving silhouettes that look good on just about any sartorial savant. Ladylike and elegant, these high-low dresses are perfect for any occasion, whether you're dating the sweets night out or attending an outdoor wedding! Below are some of outfit inspirations:
Short High-low Prom Dresses for Night Outshort high-low prom dress is perfect for a party or date night out. Exquisite handmade beadings and rhinestones decorate the bust part, and ruffles on the skirt make it very cute. By pairing the pretty oversize earrings and a pair of chic pumps, you instantly give the dress a vivid feel.
Long High-low Prom Dresses for Formal Events
Tips on Wearing High-low Prom Dresses1. Keep the rest of your look simple. A fabulous pair of shoes and a great box clutch are all you need with a high-low dress. If you are going to wear jewelry, try a cocktail ring or glitzy earrings.
2. Never cover it up! This is a style that is made to be seen, not layered over. The high-low part is pretty attractive, so just show it off! If you need to keep warm, try an open blazer, or bomber jacket.
3. Pick the right neckline. Like most prom dresses, all high-low tops fit differently, so you may want to try on a variety of options before making your pick. From the traditional halter style to sweetheart or even a spaghetti strap, there are lots of options within this trend. Just pick what speaks to you and go from there!